Eden Hazard has pledged his future to Chelsea, after being linked with a January move to French giants Paris St Germain, reports the Daily Mail.
The Belgian has been the standout performer for Jose Mourinho’s men this season, and his form has attracted the attention of the mega rich French club.
However, Hazard was quick to pour cold water on any rumours surrounding his future, following an appearance on French television show Telefoot, on channel TF1.
Hazard, 23, said: ‘In every transfer window for the last four years people have been saying I’m going here or there.
‘It was the same when I was at Lille. It’s often Paris, because Paris have money, Paris are a big club.
‘But my choice is Chelsea, I play all the time, and I like it here.
‘There’s no chance of seeing me leave in this transfer window. Even in the summer.
‘I’ve no desire to leave. I think this is the best place for me to progress.’
Hazard has been a massive hit at Stamford Bridge since signing from Lille in the summer of 2012, for a deal worth a reported £32million.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho said earlier this month there was ‘no chance’ of Hazard being sold.